Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Airworthiness Inspector Jobs in Kenya

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Airworthiness Inspector Jobs in Kenya

  • The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority is responsible for providing regulatory oversight on air safety, air navigation services and aviation training in Kenya.

  • The Authority is seeking to recruit qualified Kenyan citizens to fill the following vacant positions in its establishment.

    Airworthiness Inspector

    Scope of work / Duties / Responsibilities

  • This is the entry and training grade for Airworthiness Inspectors.

  • On appointment,Airworthiness Inspectors shall be required to undertake the following over a twelve (12) months period:

  • KCAA Induction Course

  • Government Safety Inspector Course (Airworthiness)

  • Safety Management System

  • Quality Management System

  • Surveillance of Service Providers

  • Enforcement Procedures

  • On-Job-Training (OJT)

  • During the OJT, the Inspectors will perform a variety of tasks associated with technical
    administration, certification, and surveillance under guidance and supervision.

  • The deployments will specifically be in the following areas;


  • Ensuring that aviation organizations and engineers comply with regulatory requirements.

  • Reporting noted gaps and non-compliance.

  • Assisting in enforcement of investigations and in preparation of final reports and recommendations.


  • Assisting in reviewing or evaluation of technical manuals and other documents associated with certification requirements of Maintenance organizations and air operators for accuracy and compliance with Civil Aviation Regulations and
    making recommendations to the chief inspector or supervisor.


  • Assisting in performing surveillance duties in conformance with the surveillance manual.

  • Assisting in taking appropriate corrective action for deficiencies noted and making recommendations to the chief
    inspector or supervisor.


  • Assisting in performing other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Manager Airworthiness.


  • A Bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution will be an added advantage.

  • Have a Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering or an equivalent qualification from a recognized institution.

  • Possess Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licenses in Category A (Airframe) and C (Power plant) or X (avionics) and R (radio).

  • Have at least three type courses or three type ratings in category A and C, or X and R one of which must be on large aircraft.


  • Have served for a minimum of four (4) years performing aviation maintenance work in an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO).

    Knowledge and skills

  • Proficiency in Computer Applications.

  • Demonstrate high level of integrity

  • Good oral and written communication skills

  • Good analytical skills

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Airworthiness Inspector Jobs in Kenya

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